Britain’s Tax Office, HMRC sold 600 state owned buildings to offshore property company

By Graham Vanbergen - There are a number of interesting...

24th May 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

Britain's Tax Office, HMRC sold 600 state owned buildings to offshore property company

By Graham Vanbergen - There are a number of interesting...

24th May 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

New report exposes flaws in global and EU anti-money laundering rules

By Tax Justice Network - As the political dust settles...

23rd May 2016 / Global

Why Set Up a Shell Company in Panama? The Psychology Driving Illicit Financial Flows

By Robert J. Burrowes - A previously little-known law firm called...

11th May 2016 / Global

Panama, the secret garden of the Colombian oligarchy

This guest blog is written by a political news writer...

29th April 2016 / Global

US corporate taxes paid verses Federal support for 50 largest corporations

Presented without much comment: From Oxfam's latest report "Broken At...

23rd April 2016 / United States

The five myths about tax havens

Tax Justice Network’s Nicholas Shaxson wrote this article which first...

22nd April 2016 / Global

Finance ministers: “hammer blow against tax evasion ” – or a feather-swipe?

The Finance Ministers of Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Spain...

18th April 2016 / Global

As Panama Papers break, Europe plans to water down company ownership transparency

Just as the Panama papers reveal the mayhem that can...

11th April 2016 / EU

Poll: Vast majority of British public want David Cameron to act on tax havens

A ComRes poll commissioned by Christian Aid and Global Witness...

7th April 2016 / United Kingdom